Quantcast December 2010 « Page 7 of 7 « iPad in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPad Resource iPad in Canada Blog – Canada's #1 iPad Resource

Archive for December, 2010

Google Books iPad App Now Available in App Store [US Only]
by on December 6, 2010

Google is joining the ebook foray with their new Google Books store that went live today. Along with the new store, the official iPad app is available, however it’s US only. To bypass this, use your US iTunes account to download the app and setup Hotspot Shield’s free VPN to get access to the store.

iTunes description below:

The Google Books app offers access to over 2 million Google … Read More

Bell Launches New iPad Data Plans
by on December 4, 2010

When the iPad launched in Canada, Bell Mobility was among the first wireless carriers to offer contract-free data plans for iPad.

At that time, Bell had two prepaid data plans available (activate on iPad):

- $15/month: 250MB (if data amount is exceeded, customer must repurchase another package; no overage fees)

- $35/month: 5GB (if data amount is exceeded, customer must repurchase another package; no overage fees)

Going forward, the company still offers the original … Read More

16 iPad Apps for Montreal Users
by on December 3, 2010

As part of the series on Canadian city specific Apps, this post is about Apps for Montreal.

Disclaimer: Please note that this list is not an endorsement of any of the Apps that you are responsible to perform your own due diligence before buying any of these.

Free Apps

Guichetier This App lets you locate all ATM’s in the Montreal area even while offline. You can filter the ATM’s by … Read More

test – ignore

test

Loosen Up Your Home Screen With GraviBoard

GraviBoard is a brand new device tweak (read: needs a jailbroken device) that has some good entertainment value!

GraviBoard essentially removes the gravity from your device home screen and the icons become loose and fall. As the user tilts the device, the icons move in the direction of the tilt and users can also drag and flick the icons around. Crazy enough, the icons are still active and will open apps!

The … Read More

Time To DJay On The iPad
by on December 2, 2010

For those who thought that the iPad’s large surface would make for a great digital turntable, it’s finally here!

The application djay was first released on the Mac and developer Algoriddim has just released its more hands-on version on the iPad.

Pulling the music from your iTunes library on your iPad, it will allow for high quality scratching with a low-latency turntable interface. With automix modes and automatic transitions, you can feel … Read More

First Look: ZAGGmate iPad Case with Keyboard Review

Update 1: We’ve been talking to David Gengler from ZAGG, who has worked on the ZAGGmate since inception. Just to clarify, the invisibleSHIELD does not come with the ZAGGmate. It’s on mine as for test purposes.

Also, here are a few more keyboard features/commands:

Copy: Command C
Cut: Command X
Paste: Command V
Undo: Command Z
End: Command right arrow
Beginning: Command Left Arrow
Page UP: Command Up Arrow
Page Down: Command Down Arrow
Select All: Command A
Select Left: … Read More

Page 7 of 7« First...34567